National Review Online today takes a look at the lawsuit filed by the Mackinac Center Legal on behalf of three teachers in the Taylor School District against the Taylor Federation of Teachers.

The union and district agreed to a new contract, after being without one since 2010, which includes a 10 percent pay cut for teachers. A separate, 10-year agreement locks teachers into paying dues and prevents teachers from exercising their freedom under Michigan’s right-to-work law.

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The Detroit News also editorialized against the agreement.

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